I played around with this for awhile yesterday. I printed it out in Adobe, then scanned it into my files as a jpeg. That let me use it in printshop. I cut off the daisy or butterfly and lengthened the box about an inch on each end. I printed some pretty background paper, then printed the box on the reverse side (without the butterfly or daisy). I intend to print the butterfly, daisy or whatever you want on labels, then reattach. This gives you the freedom to print or use any background you would want. It all worked out pretty well. I used just regular paper while I was playing around, the boxes go together fairly well, cardstock will work great. It was time consuming so it depends on how much you want to fuss around.
I am a crafter from way back, so it is fun for me to use computer skills, scrapbooking and baking to come up with something out of the ordinary. If you are doing this for a living, you would want to come up with something easier, unless it was very special.